Would the Use of “crowd” Be an Example of Synecdoche or Metonymy…or Neither?

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The quote (from Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”) is “When all at once I saw a crowd / A host of dancing Daffodils”
And if neither, is there a literary term that could be applied to either, since they both modify the Daffodils?

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Answer by Gretchen S
No, neither. “A crowd” is synonymous with “a host.” Both mean “a lot.”

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